Food Allergies and Food Intolerances in Cats
Allergy, the famous “disease of the 21st century,” is found not only in humans, but also in pets. For example, itching and skin irritation in cats can be symptoms of…

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Cystitis in a cat: what to do?
What to do if a cat has cystitis? If your cat shows symptoms of cystitis, contact your veterinarian as soon as possible. He will examine the pet, conduct tests and…

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Why does a cat bury a bowl?
Cats often surprise their owners with strange habits. Some refuse to drink from a bowl, but stubbornly attack the tap. Others arrange the most rigorous test drive for fillers. Still…

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Idiopathic cystitis in cats

There are diseases whose causes are very difficult to trace. A striking example is idiopathic cystitis. In our article, we will talk about its symptoms, prevention and the most likely causes.
Idiopathic cystitis in cats. What is it?
What is idiopathic cystitis? This is an inflammatory process of the bladder and urinary tract, which occurs for no apparent reason, in the absence of infections, stones and crystals.

IC is diagnosed by excluding other diseases, for example, urinary tract infections and urolithiasis. It affects about 2/3 of all cats that have problems with the lower urinary tract. Continue reading

How many cats sleep?
Only a sleeping cat can be sweeter than a cat! It seems that we will never tire of being touched by funny sleep poses, a pink nose, soft paws ...…

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Why do cats rub on their feet?
Why do you think the cat rubs against the owner’s feet? Creeps in? Asks for pens? Hints that it is time for lunch? Or maybe there is no reason and…

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Why does a cat bury a bowl?
Cats often surprise their owners with strange habits. Some refuse to drink from a bowl, but stubbornly attack the tap. Others arrange the most rigorous test drive for fillers. Still…

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How to feed an elderly cat?
Age-related changes are characteristic not only of us, but also of our pets. Cats in old age are not as active as before. Their "weak" places are vision, hearing, joints…

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